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    reachingfortheday:

micdotcom:

Jennifer Lawrence broke her silence and just schooled everyone
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I cannot get over how important her response is. She calls it a sex crime (which it is). She tells people who viewed her photos that they should “cower with shame” (which many people think she should be doing so she flipped that right around). She recognizes the importance of consent - direct quote: “I didn’t tell you that you could look at my naked body.” She points out that photo leaks are not just “part of the territory” for people in the public eye. And, perhaps most importantly if you ask me, she refuses to apologize because she did nothing wrong. So many actresses who have been victims of photo hacks have apologized because they are pressured to believe they did something wrong, when in actuality the person who shared the photos did something wrong. I think it shows a HUGE step in our culture that celebrities are starting to point out how wrong this trend is.
Also, the fact that this interview was in a magazine where she posed in a typically “sexy” photoshoot on the cover further emphasizes that she can be sexual if she wants and people can see her in that way, but only on HER terms and when she CONSENTS to it.
So much respect for you, Jennifer Lawrence.

    reachingfortheday:

    micdotcom:

    Jennifer Lawrence broke her silence and just schooled everyone

    Follow micdotcom 

    I cannot get over how important her response is. She calls it a sex crime (which it is). She tells people who viewed her photos that they should “cower with shame” (which many people think she should be doing so she flipped that right around). She recognizes the importance of consent - direct quote: “I didn’t tell you that you could look at my naked body.” She points out that photo leaks are not just “part of the territory” for people in the public eye. And, perhaps most importantly if you ask me, she refuses to apologize because she did nothing wrong. So many actresses who have been victims of photo hacks have apologized because they are pressured to believe they did something wrong, when in actuality the person who shared the photos did something wrong. I think it shows a HUGE step in our culture that celebrities are starting to point out how wrong this trend is.

    Also, the fact that this interview was in a magazine where she posed in a typically “sexy” photoshoot on the cover further emphasizes that she can be sexual if she wants and people can see her in that way, but only on HER terms and when she CONSENTS to it.

    So much respect for you, Jennifer Lawrence.

    (via butepiphanyissuchacliche)

    

This is the most accurate representation of this scene

    This is the most accurate representation of this scene

    (Source: spitcastle, via arinae)

    leqalize-murder:

Apartments in Hong Kong

    leqalize-murder:

    Apartments in Hong Kong

    (via butepiphanyissuchacliche)

    "Crocodiles are easy. They try to kill and eat you. People are harder. Sometimes they pretend to be your friend first."
    Steve Irwin (1962 - 2006)

    (Source: nakedhipstercircus, via humdrum-blues)

    misandry-mermaid:

    unwinona:

    THIS

    This is how you feminist ally.

    (Source: psychedellicwonderland, via congruencyismyfavouritecurrency)

    actualmenacebuckybarnes:

clvbpenguin:

deadmarks:

lorenzo-drums:

This is what it’s like when I go on someone’s blog and a playlist starts playing. 

how the fuck did they film that scene 

they threw a radio at his face


#this was the 2000s people#we didn’t have your young people ‘special effects’#we just had gumpton and actors who could take a fucking radio to the face#those were the days

    actualmenacebuckybarnes:

    clvbpenguin:

    deadmarks:

    lorenzo-drums:

    This is what it’s like when I go on someone’s blog and a playlist starts playing. 

    how the fuck did they film that scene 

    they threw a radio at his face

    (Source: atlas-hour, via congruencyismyfavouritecurrency)

    dicktouching:

artjonak:

The great-great-great grandchildren of Dickens take a selfie with him on his 202nd birthday.

this is a very important thing that everyone needs to see.

    dicktouching:

    artjonak:

    The great-great-great grandchildren of Dickens take a selfie with him on his 202nd birthday.

    this is a very important thing that everyone needs to see.

    (via simply-crissy)

    filingsforkili:

    True love is when your pet comes to your room on its own.

    (via piercedforsomething)

    shirlywhirl:

    mizulily:

    Hi guys, I felt like I should really share this experience with you. Recently I decided to conduct something of a…social experiment.

    The first photo is of me in casual wear. It’s pretty mismatched. I was wearing my pajama top over my tee and had black pants on. My hairs messed up and everything. I look unprofessional, and it’s intended.

    I took a walk through an inner city neighbourhood of Brisbane. I asked the police for directions to the library. I bought a krispy kreme doughnut from the 7 11. I went inside the mall and was asked to try free samples several times. I bought the first volume from SnK from Angus and Robert’s. I wasn’t treated any differently, the reactions were warm and friendly. My outfit didn’t effect anything at all.

    The second image is me in a salwaar. The hair took effort to get into curls. (Sorry, the mirror was foggy) I had a bit of make up on. I looked good. The outfit was ironed and it looked much better than the previous one. I went to the same shops an hour later. Asked the same guard where the library was. Bought another krispy kreme.

    The reactions were totally different. There were no thank you’s. No one asked me to try a sample. The guard was annoyed. When I went into the bookstore the lady at the register followed me around the whole time. When I bought a copy of ‘The storyteller’ by Jodi Picoult, she asked me if I had enough money with me before she scanned it.

    I am a fourteen year old girl who has lived overseas for three years. Never have I faced such blatant discrimination.

    What is this supposed to mean? You’re good to go as long as you don’t embrace your traditional values? Is this why south Asian girls are embarrassed to wear their saris and salwaars in the open? Is this why we refuse to wear our bindi and play the harmonium? Is this why we think it’s better to be well spoken in English that Bangla, Urdu, or Hindi.

    When white people embrace my traditional values, they’re open minded. When I do it, I’m suddenly a nuisance. I’m automatically expected to not be well spoken. I’m automatically a suspect for shop lifting.

    Think about that.

    Take note, everyone, this is why cultural appropriation is bad. Especially if you’re white, and will likely be praised for wearing the same clothes that someone who actually belongs to the culture associated with them would be discriminated against for.

    (via rudolf-steiner)

    troyyy:

i am concerned about the person who wrote this episode

    troyyy:

    i am concerned about the person who wrote this episode

    (Source: crashingwavesroaringthunder, via the-absolute-funniest-posts)

    sholock:

Am I too late to add a cute ghost to your dash?

    sholock:

    Am I too late to add a cute ghost to your dash?

    (via piercedforsomething)

    the-fandoms-have-the-phone-box:

    kisaragishintaro:

    imagine a series where everyone is already dead and enjoying the afterlife but the events start to happen and people start to revive so the plot focuses on people trying to cling to death because they dont want to go back to the world and live and have to put up with everything

    so in this series instead of the usual “everyone dies” tragedy the problem becomes that “everyone lives”

    WRITE A BOOK

    (via sergeantpineapple)